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Re: [vox-tech] SCSI problem with RH (adaptec)
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Re: [vox-tech] SCSI problem with RH (adaptec)

On Wed, 9 Jan 2002 jeremic@ucdavis.edu wrote:

> Hello All,
> I've got quite a bit of a problem with RH 72 and 71, 
> Installation program hangs when it gets to the "Loading AIC-78XX driver" 
> message.  Kernel message shows "Unexpected Bus Free in Data-in Phase" 
> infinitely.  System is a dual AMD Athlon, Tyan Thunder K7 motherboard, 2GB RAM, 
>  and an Adaptec 39169 SCSI Host adapter (also fails with an Adaptec 2940U2W, 
> which uses the same driver).
> Any hints will be appreciated.

Well, I haven't seen this, but if I were to guess.... Do you have your
termination configured correctly at both ends of the SCSI bus?  Is your
scsi hardware (controller, hard disk, etc) plugged in and functional?

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